17-2 Winter 2005 – “Sustainability” Table of Contents

Nov 15th, 2005 | By | Category: 17-2: Sustainability, Archives

17-2 WINTER 2005
Features

The Future Is Green: Tribal colleges saving water, electricity – and money
By Dr. Gelvin Stevenson (Western Cherokee)
Planning for the seventh generation, several tribal colleges designed green campuses with ecology and conservation in mind.TCJ PAID CONTENT

Menominee and Maya: Indigenous cultures and their forests inspire and support each other
By Sherrole Benton (Oneida/Ojibwe)
The Mayan people of Belize came to Wisconsin to learn about “forest gardening” from some of the world’s best teachers – the Menominee.TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers: Success prompts AIHEC to review mission statement
By Gerald E. Gipp

Editor’s Essay: Building Green Campuses for the Seventh Generation
By Marjane Ambler

Land Grant: Developing Leaders for the 21st Century
By Dr. John PhillipsTCJ PAID CONTENT

Profile: Dylan Olson
By Dr. Jean E. NessTCJ PAID CONTENT

Voices: My Desert Encounter with Himdag
By George A. MartinezTCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Book/Media Reviews
By Stephanie Owen, Holly Ristau, Gwynne Spencer, and Michael W. Simpson

Resource Guide: Making Tribal Campuses Sustainable
By Andrew Mills

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